test post 89: Media & Text Block with Grouping

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This page shows different cases of using the Media & Text Block. The first case directly below is a Media & Text Block with the media (image) aligned to the left.

This is a media & text block with image content. The Media (image) is aligned to the left. Vertical text alignment is not set. wecount website

strikethrough

inline code

inline image

text color

Text is vertically aligned to top. This is the default alignment when vertical text alignment is not set in WordPress.

Text is vertically aligned to centre.

Text is vertically aligned to the bottom.

Text is Horizontally aligned to the left. This is the default alignment when horizontal text alignment is not set in WordPress.

Text is horizontally aligned to the right.

Text is horizontally aligned to the centre.

This media & text block has the media aligned to the right. Took me awhile to make this work properly because WordPress always puts the media left of the text regardless. I had to use the following css properties on the media & text block to get this to work:

grid-column
grid-row

Only uploaded video can be used in Media & Text blocks. Embedded videos, like from youtube, are not able to be implemented in Media & Text blocks.

This is a media & text block with video content. The Media (video) is aligned to the left.

Only uploaded video can be used in Media & Text blocks. Embedded videos, like from youtube, are not able to be implemented in Media & Text blocks.

This is a media & text block with video content. The Media (video) is aligned to the right.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=21&v=t8KaR3-v_V8&feature=emb_logoTesting use of Table block to wrap text around embedded video
YouTube video does not show up
This is a caption for first piece of audio content.

The Media & text block seem to be only working for uploaded images and video. A work around for the audio content was implemented here by grouping together the paragraph block and the audio block.

This is a caption for the second piece of audio content.

Same as above but audio is aligned to the right.

We need a survival plan that doesn’t assume we are all like the planners; we need a plan that recognizes our differences.

Separate paragraph block.

Caption for video content.

The same problem persist for video media as it does for audio media.

Test paragraph: This evaluation focuses on inclusion and accessibility concerns developed from stories written by diverse individuals. Individuals at the edges of our communities are often the most vulnerable to risks and design failures when we re-design spaces, services and policies.

Standalone test paragraph without wrapping around media: Project We Count evaluated the Master Innovation and Development Plan for Toronto’s Quayside from the perspective of persons in Toronto who have difficulty with or are excluded by the current urban plan.

Content aligned left or right needs to be grouped.
Default embedded video test
Vertical video test
Default uploaded video test
A family of three in the middle of a signaled crossing. The father uses a scooter, the mother is with their upset toddler daughter in a stroller but is turning back to pick up a dropped stuffed animal. There are sensors in the pavement and the pedestrian signal light is lit. The father is saying, “Leave it, the light’s going to change!” while the daughter cries out, “Lamby!”

This is a media and text block with the media aligned to the right

Test paragraph: This blinkered vision denies our human differences and the associated, entangled complexity of a city. It ignores weak signals and inevitable change. We assume doing anything else would be less efficient, too costly or complicated. If we do address the needs of people that are not served by planning for the majority, it is often as an after-thought and segregated from the default; as a social responsibility or out of charity.